Question about 1996 Honda Accord
I put the hazards on the other night and now the turn indicators don't. It's not a fuse, and I'm pretty sure it has something to do with the 12v plug under the kick-panel. I can't seem to get a straight answer on whether there's a second one for the indicators and the hazards. Also, I can pull the first one (that says hazards on it) but not the one in the back - which feels different than the one I just pulled. I'm hoping that it's not the actual switch itself since I'm a poor college kid trying to fix this problem myself. Can anyone help me?
Dont mess with any plugs or any connectors, its probably a bad relay, find the turn signal relay, and replace it. and i to believe there is a different fuse for turn signals, and hazard flashers. But that was on a jeep, not a honda.
Best of luck, if all else fails, visit your local honda dealer and they will most assuradly inform you on how to fix it, or just visit a Kragen, Pep Boys, Auto Zone, or Advance, they can help as well, someone has dealt with a 96 accord, im sure of it.
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